Monday, April 21, 2014

1984 (no justice, only insults)

We have now counted more than a hundred articles (national, international) as to why Narendra Modi should not come to power (and we mostly agree with those justifications).

However the extent to which the liberal crowd will avert their gaze to prevent an immodest look at the injustices committed against Sikhs in 1984 is something truly shameful. Has a single person even suffered one day in prison for his crimes? Why have the top people (and they are well known) gone scot-free? How is this dereliction of duty possible in a modern nation where the wheels of justice, even if slow, must turn eventually in favor of the victims? It is already 30 years past, how long must the victims endure the slings and arrows of outrageous (mis)fortune?

Now we have insults adding to injury- clean chits being issued on behalf of monsters by unworthy people. The hand of the liberals are getting stained by virtue of their acts of omission. Speak now or forever remain silent!!!







Akali Dal today staged a protest outside Congress headquarters here against its Amritsar Lok Sabha candidate Amarinder Singh's alleged remarks on the anti-Sikh riots of 1984.

Scores of Akali activists reached the Congress office at 24, Akbar Road, holding placards and raised anti-Congress slogans and clashed with police, which had erected barricades to stop them.

As the protesters refused to budge, police resorted to use of water cannon to disperse them.

 
In his recent remarks to a private channel Singh had said that he believed Congress leader Jagdish Tytler played no role in fuelling the violence in 1984 that left hundreds of Sikhs dead.
 

The protesters were detained and taken to a nearby police station.
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Link: http://news.outlookindia.com/items.aspx?artid=838023
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